What Breed is My Dog?

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November 27, 20200 found this helpful

His coloring and marking are similar to a pit and some of his facial features are similar to a pug. I do believe he is mixed with maybe another breed but right now that one is so hard to tell because he is so young. Normally you need to wait until he is almost full-grown at around 18 months to see his changes. During the next 18 months, he will change so much.

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November 28, 20200 found this helpful

I see some pitbull in the body of this dog.

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November 29, 20200 found this helpful

I believe your dog is a mix of several breeds but as young as it is it's hard to identify what breeds might be in the mix. Just by visual appearance, I think there may be a hound breed and possibly a shepherd in the mix.

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November 29, 20200 found this helpful

I am going to go with a Plott Hound, this is a large scent dog bred for hunting. Registered with the the United Kennel Club in 1946. Recognized by the American Kennel Club in 2006, where they were shown at the Westminster show in 2008. There body size is strong , and there coat can be varied colors to solid. Here is a look at this dog - also some education on this breed - , the only way to find out for sure is through DNA .

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November 30, 20200 found this helpful

Boy - Girl?
Age - weight - height?
Your puppy looks very young and will probably have to mature a little more to see any true breed features.
Puppies change so quickly as they put on weight and start growing that it'll be a while before you can see certain features that make up a certain breed.
Maybe you can post back later with pictures and someone can try to help with identifying his/her breed.
Pictures that help with identifying breed are best if showing the full body from the side (build and tail are important points to a dog's identity) as well as full facial. His/her age, weight and height help also.

Please be sure he is getting his first year shots/vaccinations so he will be protected from all the viruses/bugs floating around in his world.

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